1. Pelvic Tightness

    Pelvic tightness, or pelvic tension, is something that affects a lot of women at some point in their lives and it can be really painful and even affect your quality of life. As well as causing pelvic pain, if your pelvic floor is tight, it can lead to incontinence and intimacy problems.

    Symptoms of Tight Pelvic Muscles

    The main symptom of tight pelvic muscles is pelvic pain – unlike other causes of pelvic pain like infection, pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis, you will just feel painful, tight muscles and muscle spasm, just like if you had muscular pain in your arm or leg.

    • Weak Pelvic Floor – if your muscles are tight & painful all the time, this can lead to muscles weakening, causing incontinence and even prolapse
    • Intimate Problems – tight...
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  2. Painful Intercouse

    Painful Intercourse (Dyspareunia)

    Dyspareunia is the medical name given to painful intercourse or pain during sex. This is a really common problem, affecting nearly 10% of females at some point in their life. There is usually a simple solution.

    Causes of Painful Intercourse

    There’s quite a few different things that can cause painful intercourse, and these include:

    • Lack of lubrication
    • Positioning
    • Dyspareunia (pain in the vagina, clitoris or labia during or after sex)
    • Vaginismus (where your vaginal muscles clench involuntarily)
    • Infection such as thrush
    • Vulvodynia (where your whole intimate area is painful)
    • Endometriosis (where the womb lining cells grow outside the womb)
    • Fibroids (benign tumours that grow...
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  3. Endometriosis

    Endometriosis is a common condition that affects as many as 2 million women in the UK, and it can causes pelvic pain, irregular bleeding, heavy periods, depression, fertility problems and more.

    What is Endometriosis?

    Endometriosis is a condition where the cells that normally line the womb grow outside of the womb, on other pelvic organs such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. Because they are the same types of cells as those inside your womb, they grow every month and bleed during your period.

    Because these cells are on the ovaries, fallopian tubes...

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  4. Causes Of Pelvic Pain

    There are a great number of conditions that can lead to pelvic pain, whether acute or chronic. If you are suffering from pelvic pain, it's important to see a doctor so that you can discover the underlying cause.


    Adenomyosis is a condition where endometrial tissue (the tissue that normally lines the uterus) grows into the wall of the uterus. This is different from endometrosis, because the tissue does not grow outside the uterus, rather inside.

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    Adenomyosis normally affects women after childbearing...

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  5. Pelvic Pain Solution

    Pelvic pain is a common problem that affects a high percentage of women at some point in their lives. Whether caused by tight pelvic muscles, vulvodynia, vaginismus, endometriosis or something else, if you are suffering from pelvic pain you shouldn't suffer in silence.

    Kegel8 Has The Solution

    • Medically approved electronic pelvic toners
    • Feature clinically-approved pain relief programmes
    • Can help to relax tight pelvic muscles
    • Ideal if you have to undergo pelvic surgery
    • Treat pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse & more

    Why Do I Suffer Pelvic Pain?

    Pelvic pain is something that can affect women of all ages, and can be caused by a whole range of different things, including infection, tight muscles and medical conditions such as endometriosis and vulvodynia.

    Pelvic pain often has a simple cause that can be easily treated, so if you're suffering pain in the pelvic area, you...

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